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Paula M. Alves nominated Chairwoman of ESACT
European Society of Animal Cell Technology joins specialists working with animal cells worldwide
10th CERMAX practical course on NMR spectroscopy
Registrations are now open
Master in Medical Microbiology 2017/19
Call for applications is open till August 21
Science Merit Award to Manuela Chaves
Minister of Science awarded Portuguese scientists today in Lisbon
Career Opportunities for PostDoctoral Researchers in Life Sciences
Symposium and Job Fair organized by PostDocs
ITQB NOVA Day 2017
Celebrating 24 years of ITQB NOVA in Universidade Nova de Lisboa
António Xavier Prize 2017
Lifetime Award attributed to Professor Carlos Geraldes
Best ITQB NOVA PhD Thesis 2016
Awarded to Luís Carlos Santos Filipe
New European Research Infrastructure Consortium approved
Instruct is now Instruct-ERIC and ITQB NOVA is the Portuguese representative
The origin of Portuguese bean
500 years of natural adaptation and farmers' selection have made Portuguese bean unique
PhD Fellowships Plants for Life 2018
Applications to international PhD Program are welcome till Oct 22
Tasty and healthy
Researchers found berries’ metabolites that can be neuroprotective
Crosstalking molecules
ITQB NOVA researchers shed light on the formation of bacterial biofilms
3rd General meeting Green-it
Annual meeting of Green-it research unit
A night to celebrate Science around the country
On 29th September go meet a scientist
Environment can be more harmful to rice than genetic engineering
INSA and ITQB NOVA research measured the impact of environmental stress on plant genes and proteins throughout 8 generations
ITQB NOVA research on the spotlight
Lígia Martins Lab’s work distinguished by the American Chemical Society
PhD Fellowships Plants for Life 2018
Extended deadline for applications till January 8
MolBioS PhD Program 2018
Call for applications is now open
André Santos was awarded SPB Young Investigator Award
Award recognizes work in high impact publications by Portuguese young biochemists
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